Universal Orlando has jumped on the price increase bandwagon, just four days after Walt Disney World raised the cost of admission.

The back-to-back increases are a common occurrence this time of year.

The price of a one-day, single park admission increased $5 to $110, while park-to-park tickets hiked $10 to $165. A one-day admission to Walt Disney World is $107 and SeaWorld charges $99.

Still the best way to visit any of the theme parks is to buy a multi-day ticket that cuts the price of daily admission.

Tickets to Universal’s new Volcano Bay water park, which opens May 25, are only available in three- to five-day tickets and start at $245 for adults. 

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